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This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of working with "Transformation of Cubic Parent Function" . This is a BLENDED Activity as a HARD COPY of the activity is included in this product. This products has a total of 12 questions. This activity is great for DIFFERENTIATION.This
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Transformations of Functions - Mystery Code ActivityStudents will practice identifying transformations of functions from their parent function given the transformed function. This activity includes horizontal and vertical translations, reflections in the x-axis and y-axis, vertical dilations, and ho
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Scavenger Hunt - Families of Functions (Parent Function Transformation) Exit TKUPDATE: This product now includes 6 UNIQUE EXIT TICKETS AS A FREEBIE that are available only and only through the purchase of this product. This FREEBIE is a token of appreciation for your continuous support my friendHa
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Transformations of Parent Functions - Golf Game (reflections, shifts, stretches & compressions): This is a fun way to work through practice problems with function transformations. ** This resource is also available as part of a DISCOUNTED bundle: Functions Bundle Students "play" each hole
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Bring back the childhood game of Go Fish! Practice or review transformations of parent functions with your students in a way they will never forget. This activity works best in groups of 3-6 students. Included are directions and a printable deck of Transformations of Parent Functions Go Fish! cards.
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This pattern puzzle works well as an individual or partner activity. Students cut out the cards and arrange them by the type of transformations of parent functions. There are four equations of each type of transformation. Square roots, absolute value, squares, and exponential functions are used in t
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This power point is an activity to practice transformations of linear, quadratic, and absolute value parent functions. Students do 'aerobics' by using their arms and bodies to demonstrate the shifts for different equations. Example: given y = (x-2)^2+5, the students would move to the right and step
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Match up each graph with its function, parent function, graph of its parent function, and description of transformation. This is a great way to visualize the transformation and organize thinking. ANSWER KEY INCLUDEDLooking for more on your LINEAR FUNCTIONS unit? Check out:Linear & Absolute Value
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The problems and activities within this document are designed to assist students in achieving the following standards: HSF.LE.A.1 and HSF.BF.B.3 as well as the standards for mathematics practice. They are also designed to help the teacher assess the students’ abilities when it comes to working with
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This file contains a functions Jeopardy game that assesses the following skills: - function operations (including composition) - evaluating functions - parent functions & transformations of them (for the questions involving a magnet in the Get Up & Move category, you should actually place a
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In this Google Slides activity, students will be able to identify parent functions and its transformations.Part I: Given one graph with two functions, students identify the equations of the parent function and the transformation function. They will then need to state what transformations were used.P
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In this activity, students work in pairs or small groups to sort and match cards to form 20 completed puzzles. Each transformed function is matched with its transformed graph and a transformation description. Students must discuss and decide how to match up the sets of cards to form correct puzzl
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Transformation of Parent Function (2 Levels) - Google Interactive: Puzzle Match»»-------------¤-------------««»»-------------¤-------------««Have you seen the video of this type of activity??? check out the preview»»-------------¤-------------««»»-------------¤-------------««This Puzzle Match is par
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This is an activity designed to provide the student with practice over quadratic transformations: up, down, right, left, wider, narrower and flip over the x-axis. TEKS Aligned: A7CTwelve graphs are provided (2 per 8-1/2 x 11 page). Each graph contains the quadratic parent function graphed as a dott
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In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The material includes vertical and horizontal transfor
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In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The material includes vertical and horizontal transfor
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Graphing Parent Graphs and Transformations Bad Apple Matching Card Game This fun matching activity will help students practice graphing translations of the constant, linear, quadratic, cubic, square root, rational, and absolute value parent functions. The Bad Apple Matching Card Game is played simi
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This Scavenger Hunt will help students become more comfortable with identifying and explaining transformations that are happening with graphs. This focuses on horizontal translations, vertical translations, vertical stretches and compressions, and reflections about the x- and y- axes. Students will
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Independent Work Packet: TransformationsThis 7-page product covers in a fun and humorous way how absolute value functions are transformed from the parent function. I tried to write this lesson from the point of view of a high school student. I must say this isn’t always easy to do. However, my stude
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These task cards will help students become more comfortable with identifying and explaining transformations that are happening with graphs. This focuses on horizontal translations, vertical translations, horizontal stretches and compressions, and reflections about the x- and y- axes. For a couple o
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Complete lesson, start to finish at your finger tips. The lesson introduces transformations of the quadratic parent function in vertex form. The foldable is a great guided practice, the interactive notebook is a great way for students to collaborate and create and manipulate, the practice sheet can
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